Malaysia: Women in Malaysia should be allowed to refuse sex if they know their husbands suffer from HIV, said a women's affairs minister
Source:The Straits Times
'Say no to sex if husband has Aids.'
Submitted on Mon, 07/28/2003 - 23:00
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